15 bands on two stages, and scrumptious dishes from over 15 food trucks mark the return of the annual Frogfest family music festival this Sunday, May 26.

The festival will be taking place all day long from 12noon to 8pm at High Street, Church Street and Frogmoor in High Wycombe town centre.

Designed as a free, family-friendly event, this year's Frogfest promises to be teeming with amusement for young visitors with kids rides, street performers, circus workshops, a bouncy castle, craft workshops and face painting on the agenda.

An inaugural ‘Student Spotlight’ stage led by the BNU Music Students will also make its debut.

A multitude of food trucks, offering an assortment of international cuisines, will be spread throughout the event area to serve every palate.

Craft beer enthusiasts can look forward to Mad Squirrel's Craft Beer Truck.

Shoppers can explore boutique craft and gifts stalls, while Wycombe Food Hub, Shopmobility, Wycombe MIND and Wycombe Youth Action will each be hosting stalls, games & entertainment.

Chief executive of HWBIDCo, Melanie Williams said: "We’re so excited for ‘Wycombe’s BIG Weekend’ with two of our biggest events back-to-back.

"The Mayor Weighing and Frogfest are always such brilliant events and best of all they’re FREE to attend – it’s a weekend of non-stop fun for all the family.

"We love celebrating our town and this weekend is a great opportunity for visitors to experience both the cultural heritage of High Wycombe as well as embrace the amazing local music scene and talented local bands."